Thomas Telford Publishing, 1997. — 150 p. — ISBN: 0-7277-2583-1, 9780727725837This book provides guidance on appraisal and repair of reinforced concrete building structures. It addresses the problems related to reinforced concrete, corrosion of reinforcement, cracking, cathodic protection and protective coatings, and it highlights the advantages and/or problems of each while explaining the methods and options available.The primary objective of the present volume is to provide practical and concise guidance for the practising civil or structural engineer engaged in the appraisal and repair of reinforced concrete building structures. It is not however intended to be a textbook on the subject and is guided by two basic principles. Firstly, it is assumed that the reader has a good structural engineering background and a knowledge of the terms used in building. Secondly, repetition of information published elsewhere is avoided except where such information is necessary for completeness and easy reference. The attention of the reader is however drawn to what the author considers to be the best readily available sources of more detailed information, both in the text and in the select bibliographies which follow each chapter.Appraisal and repair of building structuresContentsIntroduction Initial appraisal Signs of distress Principal investigation Causes of defects Assessing and increasing strength Treatment of cracks Other repairs to defective concrete Repair and replacement of reinforcement Protective coatings Cathodic protection Prestressed concrete Floors and roofs Basements Periodic inspection and maintenance
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